Find Best Dry /wet/blow multi-used commercial vacuum cleaner HT-258/SL-258

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Features:

1. high-quality motor, strong suction and long time operation.

2. beautiful stainless steel cylinder

3. complete accessories , convenient Combination

4. chrome plated steel pipes with Free Expansion

5. big wheel chassis , firm cart  frame

specification

1.rated voltage:220v

2.Rated power:1400W

3.The noise:<78dB

4. Vacuum degree:20kpa

5.Neight weight:9.6kg

6.Rated frequency:50HZ

7.The length of power cord:5M

8. capacity:35  L

9.Size of product:385X385X805mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Q:Advice needed. What is the best vacuum cleaner under $100?
I have a Bissell bagless. I got it from Walmart for under $100. It's a good vacuum, and I have pet fur around the house. The Bissell bagless doesn't blink an eye at my cat fur. I am thinking about purchasing a dirt devil to assist me with the stairs. The stairs drive me nuts.
Q:How do I repair the belt of the vacuum cleaner?
The replacement of the new belt plug in the vibration rod and the motor pulley.
Q:Are all Shark vacuum cleaners really loud?
Don't go back to Hoover - eventhough they're good vacuums - becuase they can be just as loud....depending on the model, I guess. I hope you have better luck in finding a better one; I'm still searching for something that rids of dirt, not my eardrums.
Q:Are Kirby vacuum cleaners worth the price? What do you think about Kirby vacuums?
Don't buy one from the Kirby door-to-door salespeople. Their markup is 3-4 times what the real value of the machine is. Plus, they're very high-pressure and will try to shame/intimidate/push you into a sale. Don't even let them in the door unless your sales resistance is cast iron. Instead,go to any used vac store and you can find a used Kirby for a really good price. They ARE really superb machines, and do an excellent job cleaning the dirt from deep down in the bottom of your carpet. It has the best suction of any vac I've ever had. Pulling a carpet slightly up doesn't hurt it. I've had 11 vacs in the 30 years we've been married, and my 5 year old Kirby will be the last vac I'll own. Things I don't like about my Kirby; It is heavy, though it self-propels well. You have to do some complicated switching to use any of the attachments. The bags can only be purchased from Kirby, though I got some from an OKorder seller for a much lower price.
Q:What is a central vacuum?
I have a central vacuum and love it. It is a single built-in unit usually housed in the garage or basement. With 3-5 times more cleaning power than most portable vacuum cleaners you get a superior clean in less time. Since the central vacuum is located in the garage or basement it can have bigger heavier motors. This power will give a deep down clean and pick up that thread you usually have to go over three times to pick up. The standard model recommended has an airflow of 185 cfm (cubic feet per minute), compared with 60 to 90 cfm from a portable. Just connect the lightweight hose to any conveniently located inlet installed around the house. No heavy unit to pull, push or drag up stairs, no switches, and no electrical cords to keep tripping over.
Q:Are there any full-size vaccum cleaners that are battery operated, rather than dragging around that long cord?
There are such vacuum cleaners generally used for gardens or lawns.
Q:What are the matters needing attention in vacuum cleaners?
When using the vacuum cleaner, please be careful not to block the suction port, otherwise it will cause motor overload and damage the motor.
Q:what are the faults that occur in a vacuum cleaner & how to rectify them ? thanx a lot?
given your level of knowledge about vacuum cleaners my best advice would be throw away the broken one and buy a new one. But let's say you decided not to take that advice. Then take the broken machine to a professional repairman. Let's say you didn't want to do that either. First let me warn you again that one of the first two solutions are your best bet. So you can't afford a new vacuum cleaner or to pay someone else to fix it. Ok. Unplug it from the wall. Check the plug and power chord carefully. Look for anything broken or bent. Replace any broken, bent or worn parts. By the way, make sure the outlet is functional. Take something you know is working and plug into the same outlet. If the working item does not work in that particular outlet then the outlet is broken. If the forgoing did not fix the machine then you really, really need to go with the first or second suggestion. If you can't then you have to open up the machine and see if you can find out anything wrong with the innards. Before doing that, check the vacuum hose, intake and filter. Make sure that none of these is clogged or broken. Replace any broken parts and clear any clogs. If you have to open up the machine then we are out of my depth. Yes I could tell you that after you make very, very, VERY, certain that the damn thing is not plugged into the wall, use a volt ohm meter to check the continuity of the wires and replace any broken ones. But if you don't know what a volt ohm meter is, you need to give this project up before hurt yourself.
Q:What are the advantages of sealed HEPA vs non-sealed HEPA filters for vacuum cleaners?
Well the sealed would keep in more allergens and dust. The non sealed would would suck in allergens but spit them back into the air or at least most of them. I would recommend checking with people you know that you would consider inviting into your house and ask them if they are allergic to dust or allergens. Now i would recommend the shark navigator to you because it costs just under 200 dollars and has anti allergen technology to lock in dust and never loses suction. Now what they say on the commercials are true our family owns one and it is true. i have seen an improvement in my allergies. it also has free shipping and handling.so i would hope this helps.bye
Q:How do I stop freaking out about vacuum cleaners so much?
So you have a phobia for vaccum cleaners. A phobia is defined as being scared something will happen in the future. (Something like that) So the only thing you can do or the best thing to do in my opinion is to face it. Its a treatment actually. What you do is stay there when they vacuum. And even when your anxiety raises to the top. Because the way panic attacks work is they go up, and they hit the ceiling, and have to lower. So if you stay there, and let your anxiety peak, then lower back to regular. The fear that something bad will happen in the future will disappear. Or weaken largely. Because your sitting there, and nothing is happening, and even though you know inside nothing will happen to you your mind still reacts that way. (Like some people are afraid of bunnies) So sit through the vacuuming and I am sure that you will be able to face it time after time after that :D

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